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San Marzano tomato claim ripe for lawsuit

Tomaito, tomahto, home of the makers of canned San Marzano tomatoes claiming the famous Italian cooking staple did not come from the rich volcanic soil of Mount Vesuvius, according to the Bay Area News Group. The San Marzano logo is among the world's most famous, loved for their low acidity and vibrant redness, the news group reported Monday. And yet, …

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Legal action against us Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

While the timeframe for filing a legal action is generally defined by the Restrictions Charter, some insurance contracts in some states may set a shorter time to bring an action. In a recent California case Keller v Federal Insurance Company 1 confirmed the ninth circuit a Legal Action Against Us clause to find homeowners waited too long for I Keller …

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Liability Insurance – Schneider & Associates Insurance Blog

Courtesy of iii.org Do you or your company provide professional services or advice to other companies or individuals? Can your advice or service lead to the loss of your customer for whom you could be held responsible? If so, you are likely to buy a liability insurance, also known as insurance for negligence and negligence. Claims that are not covered …

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Four Family and Pet Friendly California Spring Getaways

If you are in the market for your next weekend, you will no longer fly than these pet-friendly California Spring Getaways. Whether you want to see the beach, hike national parks or experience surfing these California destinations offer something for the whole family. Come and experience a journey like no other with your pet by your side . We have …

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Workers Comp is always an exclusive solution

The Delaware Insurance Office has moved the court to a summary court against an injured employee for UM benefits in addition to his employees' compensation. In Clay Echevarria v. Delaware Insurance Coverage Office and Liberty Mutual General Insurance Company, CA No: N18C-07-116 VLM, Supreme Court of Delaware State (March 7, 2019), the court was faced with several statutory and insurance …

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Am I covered for water loss to my home? Don't rely on advertising lawyers and find quality professors to help if your insurer says "no" to cover | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

The latest blog post, My house has suffered water damage, should I cover? suggested hiring a licensed public adjuster or a lawyer if the claim was denied to help you with a water loss claim. This led me to question, "how would anyone find a public official or lawyer?" The common answer in today's computer time is that "Google" is …

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You cannot change the terms of a contract with an argument for appeal

People write agreements that contain insurance cover without sufficient knowledge of insurance. As a result, they try to get a court to enforce the contract they should have created instead of the agreement actually signed by the parties. Courts are suitable for accepting such a request. Travelers Property Casualty Company of America, as Subrogent of Gallo Equipment Co. v. Arcelormittal …

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The importance and why you need it

Keeping the cat safe is a top priority for homeowners. The importance of a cat microchip can help you find your feline for an emergency, natural disaster or if the unexpected happens. Certainly no homeowner wants to experience the stress of a displaced pet. Of course, the experience of a lost house is stressful for the whole family. A cat …

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Self-driving cars and insurance, with Ryan Stein

What assumptions are included in our car insurance, and how do self-driving cars exercise them? Ryan Stein from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) looks at the consequences of self-driving cars on today's car insurance laws. Highlights In this section of Accenture Insurance Influencers Podcast, we speak with Ryan Stein from the Insurance Agency in Canada (IBC). Currently, people account …

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